cub roundtable commish
Kim Moye (kmoye@SPDMAIL.SPD.DSCCC.COM)
Tue, 12 Nov 1996 12:19:06 -0600
I posted in September that I was asked to step forward and take on the
Cub roundtable commish job. Thanks to all of you who gave me ideas on
how to get the program "motivated" again. Stan, Stan, Lydia, John, Henry and
all the others who gave me specific ideas, you help was invaluable.
We have showed steady improvement in attendance in both packs represented
and attendees (jim, you better show up--you're missing some great stuff).
I have the unique opportunity of having a tiger breakout. All the breakouts
are staffed, except for Webelos (which I'm still doing).
I owe credit to the individual who came up with the idea for the "theme"
neckerchiefs for staff. These have been quite a hit. I took it one step
further and made theme tie slides for the staff and a few extra (6) to
hand out (okay, I throw them at the group). Whoever you are, THANKS for
This group does make a difference. From the insights you gave as to what
you wanted reported at commissioners meeting, to the types of training
you encouraged me to pursue.
Everyone agreed with the general concept "give 'em a good program and the
rest will follow".
People are stopping me to tell me how much they are enjoying roundtable.
Some are wanted to know if they can bring hand-outs to share with the group
(while I'm pleased they want to share, I am concerned with their asking.
I have told them as far as I'm concerned they are ALL on staff because of
what they can contribute.)
In short, I'm having a blast. It's only been 5 days since our last rt, and
I can't wait for the next one! Thanks to all of you for your support, and
cubmaster/webelos den leader
pack 308/allen tx
crtc arrowhead district
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